Solar Radio Burst Locator (SRBL)

SRBL is an automated, ground-based instrument developed at Caltech and currently operated by the NJIT Center for Solar-Terrestrial Research. The instrument acquires microwave spectra of solar activity throughout the observing day and locates large bursts on the sun using a single radio dish. Shown below is the latest two hours of data taken by a prototype at the Owens Valley Radio Observatory, updated every 10 minutes.

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